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Feb 19, 2013 12:00pm PST
because you used the word "also." it's not that he also has done google hangouts and reddit and "the view" and so forth. he's not doing "the new york times" or "the washington post" or the huffington post or anyone else. >> or "the cycle." >> or "the cycle." >> how dare he. >> he's using the available technology. and he's using the social media kill th skill that they began to develop that his first campaign to essentially do a work-around of what's left of the washington press corps. it's true that the washington press corps, in general and the white house in particular don't have the clout that they used to have. the president isn't required to deal with them the way he used to be to get his message out to the country. through facebook, through twitter, through reddit, through the white house website, through youtube. they can get to the american people on their own. and this is the first administration to fully do that. and i don't think the press corps, what used to be called the national press corps, has figured out how to deal with it yet. >> i think that's the interesting point. th
Feb 18, 2013 12:00pm PST
to isolate other members based on key words expressed in their public profiles. think of it like google for social networking. anyway, when he checked it out, "time" magazine's joel stein found a liberal who appreciate's rush limbaugh's opinions, a mother and gun control advocate who also likes the nra and a p.e.t.a. supporter who enjoys bacon and owns a vintage fur coat. what do these anecdotes tell us? perhaps maybe america isn't quite as divided as washington would have us all believe. then again, maybe we are. well, i think in general -- next topic. no. i mean, i do think most americans are able to see sort of both sides of an argument. and it is the rare person who believes in the ideal logically pure version. i think on gay rights we have moved in the direction of greater equality. but on some things like abortion and guns, i don't know that we have shifted so much as the political terrain and the way we're debating issues has shifted. typically, whichever party seems like it's further out on the extremes is the one losing the debate. so back when the abortion debate was more abou
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